The Flounder are off to a slow start but a start no less. Most of the fish are being caught on the ebb tide in the clearest water available which has been hard to find lately. It’s still to early to report on a hot bait or rig , but we’ll let you know as soon as a pattern develops. On other fronts, the Pocomoke is now consistently producing black (white) perch with good numbers of rock to turn loose along with the crappie, bass, and pickerel. There have been a few folks participating in the catch and release season in the main bay and doing very well. Hopefully, that’s a sign of things to come. The inshore wrecks are also giving up some nice togs. Don’t for get to stock up on Gulp baits for the spring, they currently have a rebate that cuts the net price in HALF!!!!
Sea Hawk’s own Capt Alan braved the wind and dirty water today and came back with three nice flounder. It’s getting better!!!!
Mr Paul Elias found this nice flounder on the end of the flood tide in 49.1 degree water on a Sea Hawk XXL minnow. Paul used a hillbilly flounder rig and targeted depths from 10′-14′ at gargatha .
Keith Campbell and Sean Bowden fished seaside and drug up one nice flatty on silversides. Defiantly not hot and heavy action but NO skunk flags flying here.
Bryan Sheats had a nice afternoon catching perch on the Pocomoke with his boys. Even two at a time- It just doesn’t get any better than that.
The hogs are here. Mr. Johnny boated this nice rock a little North of us is the bay. It’s only catch and release now, but April 16th is coming!
Here is an aerial shot of Gargatha Inlet. Looks a little messy!
Here is a happy young lady with the first fish on her customized Sea Hawk rod and reel
Here is Mr. Bryan with a nice Pocomoke pic